PUBG Lite beta that introduces the core PlayerUnknown Battleground's (PUBG) experiences on even low-end computers would finally go live on 4 July in India. This information comes after there were apparent delays in bringing the watered-down variant of the popular battle-royale PUBG to Indian computers and gamers.
Now, with gamers all hyped up to finally get to check out PUBG Lite beta in India from 4 July, it should also be interesting to check out a Hindi interface to the game tailor-made for India gamers. Along with India, the beta edition would also reportedly be unlocked in more South Asian regions such as Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, and Nepal.
Pre-registrations are required to check out PUBG Lite beta. These can be done from here. There is also a custom PUBG Opening event on 11 July where there would be newer PUBG-related aspects up for grabs in case you have chosen to participate (by checking out the above link).
With playing PUBG Lite beta on Indian computers being the only criteria at this point in time, it naturally becomes worth to check out the system requirements you need to meet:
If you have pre-registered to play PUBG Lite beta, do check out unlock links and live servers on 4 July. The game should not theoretically disappoint core PUBG loyalists in India.